Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of household.

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Examples

  • But that's finally beginning to change, and the economic turmoil in households is not solely responsible.

    Sliding economy raises questions about credit scores

  • There are elements that are more intuitive -- increased gender equality in households, markets and society leads to poverty reduction and economic growth for everyone.

    Hannah Peaker: If Women Ran the World

  • There are elements that are more intuitive -- increased gender equality in households, markets and society leads to poverty reduction and economic growth for everyone.

    Hannah Peaker: If Women Ran the World

  • There are elements that are more intuitive -- increased gender equality in households, markets and society leads to poverty reduction and economic growth for everyone.

    Hannah Peaker: If Women Ran the World

  • There are elements that are more intuitive -- increased gender equality in households, markets and society leads to poverty reduction and economic growth for everyone.

    Hannah Peaker: If Women Ran the World

  • JOSH: And I think where really you're seeing the dichotomy with people my age is we're socially liberal, and yet we may be economically conservative, or we may be, because, you know, we're raised in households seeing those same things that are ...

    The Role Of Religion In The Voting Booth

  • One federal study on homicide among intimate partners found that female intimate partners were more likely to be murdered with a firearm than all other means combined and concluded that "the figures demonstrate the importance of reducing access to firearms in households affected by IPV [intimate partner violence]."

    Josh Sugarmann: Top Ten Most Murderous States for Women Killed by Men

  • There are elements that are more intuitive -- increased gender equality in households, markets and society leads to poverty reduction and economic growth for everyone.

    Hannah Peaker: If Women Ran the World

  • One federal study on homicide among intimate partners found that female intimate partners were more likely to be murdered with a firearm than all other means combined and concluded that "the figures demonstrate the importance of reducing access to firearms in households affected by IPV [intimate partner violence]."

    Josh Sugarmann: Top Ten Most Murderous States for Women Killed by Men

  • There are elements that are more intuitive -- increased gender equality in households, markets and society leads to poverty reduction and economic growth for everyone.

    Hannah Peaker: If Women Ran the World

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